brewer's yeast

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brewer's yeast:

see yeastyeast,
name applied specifically to a certain group of microscopic fungi and to commercial products consisting of masses of dried yeast cells or of yeast mixed with a starchy material and pressed into yeast cakes.
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After the wheat seeds and brewer's yeast have been added, fill the culture container with 500 mL of water.
Good dietary sources of B vitamins include dark-green leafy vegetables, citrus fruits and juices, dried beans, nuts, oatmeal, wheat germ, and brewer's yeast.
Yeasts: Available in two types--Vita-Yeast 20 is a live-cell yeast, and dried brewer's yeast.
While Byers doesn't recommend that people take selenium, he does add that "the risk is low as long as you take only 200 micrograms a day in the form of the brewer's yeast compound that was used in the trial.
The next step is to express the enzyme under a strong promoter and then to clone it into brewer's yeast.
Laval Universitie (Quebec, Canada) has patented a process for debittering spent brewer's yeast, aiming at maximal efficiency with minimal impact on yeasts for their further use as live cells.
Brewer's yeast, sourdough, ginger ale plants, and cheese mites are all out-and-out examples of human tinkering with natural genetic processes.
The best food sources of nutritional chromium are not high on the menu of most people: brewer's yeast, black pepper, and wheat germ.
We had thick brown beers in a dark tavern that smelled like brewer's yeast.
Epimune Complex combines maitake (including MaitakeGold 404[R]**) and turkey tail mushroom powders and a derivative of dried, fermented brewer's yeast (EpiCor([R]***)).
The types considered for this study are baker's yeast, brewer's yeast, wine yeast, feed yeast, bio-ethanol, and others.
The baker's yeast segment accounted for the largest share and was followed by the brewer's yeast segment in 2014.